Seeing as yesterday I was awake but my brain was 99% asleep in “post-con mode” from such a full weekend and then an incredibly long drive back home, I took it a bit easy. But that obviously means I missed yesterday’s Terrain Corner. Well, I wouldn’t want to deny you all the chance to spruce up your gaming tables. I also wouldn’t want to miss today’s Podcast Roundup, either. So I’ve combined them into the Podcast Corner for today.
Terrain Stories: Manorhouse Workshop Update #18 – Rough Terrain & Cliffs, New Vulcan-6 Terrain Mat from Warzone40k + coupon code, Woodland: Pwork Wargames fantasy gaming mat, New 28mm Frosted ruins and library Terrain From Urban Construct, New Fighter E Type Blast pen From Amera Plastic Mouldings, and Heroic Maps release – Fort Crabclaw.
Podcasts: Geeks of the North Episode 27 – Guild Ball, News of the North – 2016-04-05, Ice Cream For Everyone Ep 19: Luke Crane, Blue Peg, Pink Peg Episode 70- Mombasa and Buonocore Hot Seat, Epic Gaming Night Podcast Ep 49 Golden Geeks, and Polyhedron Collider Cast Episode 3: Blokus, Portal, TIME Stories, D&D and Miniatures in Board Games.
Today we are presenting you 2 new 3D Bases tiles.
The first tile is more generic and useful. It’s a tile with just some earth/ground, useful for most tridimensional tables, where you can add any kind of structure, be it constructed like a house or building, or more natural like a tree or a hill, or in between like ruins.
The second tile is a bit more complex, but also more interesting.
It is composed of some heights (small cliffs) which surrounds a road. This tile allows for numerous gaming uses for your miniatures, since the cliffs give some protection against missile attacks, and protects naturally any transit on the road, or give a good vantage point for artillery or other missile units while positioned on the cliffs.
Multiple tiles positioned one after another create a long protected road, giving yet another dimension to our tile
We’d like also to inform you that we are preparing the KS page.
Soon you will have the link, and you will be able to participate and comment, sharing your ideas, allowing the project to become even better than it is now.
Thanks and we’ll keep in touch on our next update.
A galaxy of Blazing Sun, Vulcan-6 is far away and insufficiently explored. Water on one of its planet – that is what calling us…
This is work after Roman Suyatinov, our new artist. 3D-in-2D, 21600?14400px and a month of work…So, now this art is ready.
Bright colors, a huge dynamic range and everything for high-quality printing. A carring tube is free for every order!
Use a key-word “TGN” to get 3rd mat for free. You can make an order with your friend and get free mat as bonus, use it!
The Game Mat Woodland is a PVC or CLOTH made rollable terrain mat, ideal for wargames, in size 4×6’ (122x183cm), 4×4’ (122x122cm), 3×3’ (92x92cm), 3×6′ (92x183cm), representing the scenery of a woodland glade, where the grassland often alternates spaces of muddy soil and no vegetation.
The Wargame Mat Woodland offers the possibility of setting battles between armies of miniatures on a land at the edge of a forest, where ambushes and traps are commonplace. The mat is a perfect fantasy setting for deploying vast armies, and also ideal for historical game settings or science-fiction fights! Are you ready to battle?
New 28mm resin scenery including ruined wizard’s tower, ruined walls, ruined pillars, 7 different piles of rubble, library bookcases, piles of frozen mouldy books, treasure tokens and magic weapon tokens. The scenery is suitable for fantasy scenarios such as D&D and other wizard skirmish games.
The rubble can also be used with our flyover and for modern or zombie wargames. The walls and tower can be used with our existing castle range. As usual, our models are highly textured and detailed.
See us at Salute, London – stand TA18. If the main entrance is where it was last year, turn immediately right as you come in and we are a few stands up. We will be launching other new models and vehicles at Salute, so come and have a look.
Amera Plastic Mouldings – new release for our 1/72 range.
A 1/48 Fighter Blast Pen. A well detailed E shaped double bay fighter blast pen with air raid shelter entrances. Supplied unpainted in 3 sections in white polysterene. supplied unpainted.
Dimensions: L69cm D30cm H4cm when assembled
Captain Lucius Crabbe, the once-merchant-turned-pirate, was fleeing from the Imperial Navy when he chanced upon a small cave and managed to evade capture there. And, always one to spot an opportunity, Captain Crabbe realised this would be an idea place for a stronghold. He set his crew to work, and thus was born Fort Crabclaw. Over the years it has grown from a small fort for his crew to a camp for privateers, a market for smugglers, and a meeting place and tavern for rogues and those requiring their services.
In this episode, Paul, Antoine and Yaum chat about their recent games and hobby, discuss good and bad gaming experiences, then mister host give us a tip for airbrush masking. In our main topic, we go over Guild Ball, the medieval mob football game that’s taking over the miniature tabletop world right now. So sit back, relax, grab a paintbrush and enjoy the show!
Welcome to the April 5th, 2016 edition of News of the North. Here’s our weekly selection of interesting news items in the miniature wargaming world.
This week on the podcast we geek out about tabletop roleplaying games (and a bunch of other stuff – don’t feel left out if you don’t play tabletop roleplaying games) with an awesome guest: Luke Crane. Luke had won multiple Origins Awards for Best Roleplaying Games in 2006 for his first system Burning Wheel and again in 2008 for MouseGuard. He also designed several other games such as Burning Empires, FreeMarket (with Jared Sorensen) and recently Torchbearer. Luke regularly talks about game design as a variety of events and conventions. Last but certainly not least, Luke is also the Head of Games for Kickstarter, the online crowdfunding website. He gets to support thriving game designers bring their projects to life thanks to the support of fans on the popular crowdfunding platform.
We had a fantastic conversation about the design voices in Luke’s head, his lunar origins, authors intentions in game design, his latin studies, the Burning Wheel RPG system, his favourite games and movies, how games and tabletop games in particular are seeing a renaissance thanks to crowdfunding and more.
During this weeks episode:
1) The guys discuss RobbCon 2016, recounting their experiences and some of the games played, including The Dwarf King, Food Chain Magnate, and Knit Wit;
2) All the Pegs review Eggertspiel’s market manipulation game Mombasa; and
3) Put Stronghold Games Stephen Buonocore in the Blue Peg, Pink Peg Hot Seat.
This week we talk about the Golden Geek awards form board game geek, out thoughts, and how we voted! we also talk Blood Rage and Pandemic Legacy!
The Polyhedron Collider chaps crack open a beer and discuss Blokus, Portal the Uncooperative Cake Acquisition Game, TIME Stories, Dungeons and Dragons 5th Edition and miniatures in board game and Andy trying to remember a teacher’s name.